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Nach einem Neustart kann ich in der Bash
cat sample.au > /dev/audio
angeben und hören, wie Linus Linux ausspricht. :-)
Wenn ich mich dann aber einlogge nach gnome/kde ist das nicht mehr
möglich. Ich höre nichts und der Befehl beendet sich nicht bzw. bleibt
Außerdem kann ich keine Soundprogramme starten, die stürzen dann ab, oder geben Fehlermeldungen, egal ob ich OSS oder Alsa anwähle.
(Ich würde lieber Alsa verwenden)
Der Gnome Alsa-Mixer scheint aber zu funktionieren.
Ich verwende Sarge, Midiman Audiophile 26/96 als Soundkarte, Kernel 2.6.8.
Trotz howto, weiß ich irgendwie nicht, was ich
Originally posted by KohlyKohl Good, because I don't want any part in anything that acts like the FCC. We all have freedoms and should never have to worry about being regulated by anyone.
Rrrright. I said end of discussion. To you that means that
if you're unhappy with what the mod says you respond via
e-Mail. Your freedom ends where/when you break rules or
encourage or defend others who do so.
View the rules and accepting them as signing a normal
contract. You DON'T have the freedom to deviate from
it. If I buy a car of you but decide to only pay you 10%
because paying in full would make me feel like I limit my
freedom, and you'd get upset ... does that make you the
FCC? Judging by your logic I suppose so.
Originally posted by gargamel Did you notice that the poster has switched to English? So he is happily trying to follow the rules. Nothing to be discussed, I guess.
Now, let's help him with his problem!
Did you notice that the poster didn't come back in
2 months? And please, don't moderate me. I'm the
mod, and was trying to get across the fact that a
member who signed up and ACCEPTED the rules
was breaking them, and some free-spirited person
was trying to come to his aid ... lots to be discussed,
apparently, in terms of how LQ works and what the
rules mean, both to mods and the registered users.
As for his question with gnome and noise ... it obviously
wouldn't work because esd had "snaffled" the device,
and wasn't willing to share it with a 'cat'...